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Last summer, a forty pound weight loss seemed like an unobtainable dream. Today it’s a happy reality. My daughter deserves a lot of the credit. She spent countless hours re-engineering our favorite recipes to remove unhealthy ingredients and reduce calories, yet maintain the tastes we love. I found that it’s a lot easier to lose weight, when someone else prepares the meals and serves a portion controlled plate.
When grandchildren were asked to select keepsakes from my grandparents estate, the first thing I requested was my maternal grandmother’s recipe box. That was twenty-five years ago and her favorite recipes show signs of intensive use. Food spatters, fading ink and tattered edges have convinced me that I need to find another way to keep them preserved. I think that I have found it.
The Cookbook Project lets you create your own family cookbook, including cover, section dividers and a variety of recipe layouts. Best of all, it can be used collaboratively. Even family members separated by hundreds of miles can share in creating their family heritage cookbook. I didn’t see this in time to request it as a Christmas present, but I may gift it to myself.